Lecture Topics

  • Inaugural Address-Constitutional History and Salient Features of 1973 Constitution
  • i. Stay of suit and Res judicata (ii) Setting aside of Judgment and Decree u/s 12(2) CPC
  • i. Identification Parade: ii. Judicial Confession, iii. Rule of Confrontation, iv. Re-Examination of a witness
  • i. Dishonest abstraction and consumption of energy, ii. Powers of Electric Inspectors, iii. Penalties of various offences under the Power & Electricity Act.
  • i. Subject Matter , Pecuniary and territorial jurisdiction of civil courts and stage to raise objection, ii. Transfer and withdrawal of Cases
  • Principles of compensation in Land Acquisition Cases and effect of non-submission of a claim for higher compensation in response to notice u/s (9)
  • Principles for the grant of specific performance Protection to bonafide Purchase and Partial Performance of a contract of sale.
  • Management of Process Serving and Copying Agency of Civil Court + Disciplinary and Promotion Matters.
  • i. Production, Impounding and Return of Documents, ii. Summoning and attendance of witnesses, iii. Effect of Order 9-A and Order 10, rule, 1-A.
  • i. Gifts and wills under the Islamic Laws, ii. History of Shariat Application Acts, iii. Overview of Family Courts Act and Muslim Family Laws Ordinance.
  • i. Curative and Punitive Provisions of CPC, ii. Inherent powers of the Court including correction of mistakes / errors etc, iii. Reference to High Court.
  • i. Appointment of Receivers and Local Commissioners, ii. Reduction of delay in civil cases.
  • i. Object and purpose of Law of Limitation, ii. Distinction between Computation and Extension of Time, iii. Suits for which no limitation is prescribed
  • i. Settlement of issues + placing of Onus + recording of evidence in rebuttal, ii. Judgment writing and decree in civil cases, iii. Cases for which preliminary decrees have to be passed and procedure thereafter.
  • i. Cancellation of void and voidable documents, ii. Declaratory suits, iii. Effect of declaratory decree, iv. Principles for the grant of temporary , permanent / mandatory injunctions.
  • i. Condition restraining alienation, ii. Restriction repugnant to interest created, iii. Transfer by unauthorized person who subsequently acquires title.
  • i. Documents which require compulsory registration, ii. Presentation / registration and endorsement of a registered document, iii. Operation of a registered document, iv. Remedies against refusal to register a document.
  • Law of Inheritance under Sunni & Shia Laws and History of Shariat Application Act.
  • i. Exclusive jurisdiction of Revenue Officer under Punjab Land Revenue Act, ii. Demarcation of boundaries under the Land Revenue Act, i. Frustration of a contract and restitution under the Contract Act, ii. Reversal of a decree and restitution under CPC, iii. Void and voidable contracts.
  • i. Computation of court fee payable in suits, ii. Suits for mesne profit and for accounts when amount decree exceeds the amount claimed, iii. Court fee on multifarious suits, iv. Valuation of suits for the purpose of court fee and jurisdiction.
  • i. General, Special and Local Law, ii. Prospective and Retrospective statutes, iii. Declaratory and mandatory statutes, iv. Subordinate legislation.
  • i. Government litigation and pauper suits, ii. Suits by or against the Govt. or public officer, iii. variation and withdrawal of temporary injunctions.
  • Intellectual Property Laws (Cases frequently coming before courts).
  • Jail Inspections and supervision of probation and parole cases.
  • a) Post-arrest, Pre-arrest and Protective bail, b) Inquest- Declaration of Proclaimed Offenders, c) Physical Remand Particularly of Women.
  • Offences and penalties under Control of Narcotics Substances Act. and special powers of the court.
  • Administrative and Financial Responsibilities of a Senior Civil Judge.
  • Objections to an arbitration award, their settlement and duties of  the court. Legal + Factual misconduct of Arbitrator
  • Salient Features of Cyber Laws.
  • a) Inspection of ones own Court, b) Maintenance and Inspection of relevant Registers.
  • i)  Extension of Time for doing an Act under CPC, ii) Framing of Suit, joinder of parties and causes of action, iii) Law of presumption.  
  • i) Conduct of trial of juvenile offenders, women and lunatic, ii) Trial of State case and criminal complaint arising out of the same occurrence, iii) Procurement and attendance of accused and prosecution witnesses.
  • Code of Conduct & Ethics
  • Etiquettes and Table Manners.
  • Medical Jurisprudence – I, II
  • Salient Features of Environmental Law